IP Adress Change on PIX-to-PIX VPN

I have an IP address that has been changed by Insight, causing the site-to-site VPN tunnel to quit functioning.  I have corrected this once, but have lost some of my notes.  I know that I issued a 'no crypto' command and a 'no isakmp' command followed by the same two commands (without the no) using the new IP address.

I remember issuing some command to show the current setup and then copying the existing crypto and isakmp commads from this output, but I can't remember the command that was issued to show this information.

Can anyone refresh my memory, or provide me with a sample set of commands for completing this task?


Thanks.
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calvinetterCommented:
  On the PIX whose IP has changed:
# clear any existing VPN connections
clear cry ips sa
clear cry isa sa

# remove the crypto map & disable isakmp
no crypto map my_map interface outside
no isakmp enable outside

# re-apply map & re-enable isakmp
crypto map my_map interface outside
isakmp enable outside
------------------------
   On the remote PIX:
clear cry ips sa
clear cry isa sa
no crypto map my_map interface outside
no isakmp enable outside

# remove old isakmp peer, create new one
no isakmp key <some_key> address <old_IP>
isakmp key <some_key> address <new_IP>

crypto map my_map interface outside
isakmp enable outside

If either PIX is running buggy 6.3(1), reboot the unit.  Now start pinging from hosts behind either of the PIXes to the other internal LAN to re-establish the tunnel.  

cheers
GeeWHIZLLCAuthor Commented:
Okay:

Those are the commands I remember.  However, I can't remember what command I used to get a list of the current maps defined on the remote pix.
calvinetterCommented:
 To show defined crypto maps:
sh cry map

  To show current VPN security associations:
( You can add the keyword "detail" at the end of each command below for more verbose output. )
sh cry ipsec sa
sh cry isakmp sa
 
cheers

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